On our very first Sunday back together as a class, the Multiagers explored the story of King Solomon and the construction of the first temple of Jerusalem, almost 1000 years before the birth of Jesus. After our story, we looked at a series of photos from the Huffington Post titled “The World’s 50 Most Unusual Churches” then discussed what a church really needs to be a church. After listing bathrooms, lights, doors, an organ, and hymnals, the children settled on just three things you REALLY need to make a church: a leader, people, and a worship space. Armed with a large variety of materials, the Multiagers then designed their own worship spaces and talked about what was the most important thing to them: “people,” “decorations,” “a garden,” “a place for the pastor to stand,” were just a few. What is the most important aspect of the church for YOU?